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    SSD3 MicroSD compatibility thread

    So I have been using a Samsung EVO orange 128mb card. Upon further playing I've noticed an error with the redbook audio. I can't explain it other than the audio gets time stretched for a couple of seconds. People that make music with computers will understand what I'm talking about. I suggest to avoid the EVO cards.

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    good to know! thx

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    Bought a 32GB Evo card, because it was cheap, but kept seeing bad reviews of them on here, so I went out and picked up a Sandisk instead. I'll probably end up using the Samsung for something Raspberry Pi related down the road somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fenikso View Post
    Bought a 32GB Evo card, because it was cheap, but kept seeing bad reviews of them on here, so I went out and picked up a Sandisk instead. I'll probably end up using the Samsung for something Raspberry Pi related down the road somewhere.
    They work fine with the switch but I guess something with the transfer rate isn't good enough for the redbook audio. I've got two sandisk coming tomorrow and I'll check back in and give my verdict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Panda View Post
    So I have been using a Samsung EVO orange 128mb card. Upon further playing I've noticed an error with the redbook audio. I can't explain it other than the audio gets time stretched for a couple of seconds. People that make music with computers will understand what I'm talking about. I suggest to avoid the EVO cards.

    za-evo-microsd-card-mb-mp128da-eu-001-front-orange.jpg
    Of course thats the card I bought and have waiting, guess ill report if I see the same issue :O

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    I'm surprised. Samsung was my go-to micro SD card. I've used over 200 Samsung EVO's in the last year or so (mostly 16GB, but a dozen or two of their 32 EVO's, and their EVO+ in 64 and 128GB size). Literally like 1 bad card out of all of those (maybe 2 - and probably my fault).

    Every time I used a batch of Sandisk Ultra, every single time, I would have a single card (sometimes more - from batches of 10-12 cards) where my image wouldn't copy over correctly and the software would do funky things (from a perfect image I had used 100+ times before).

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    This could be a firmware fixable issue too.

    Maybe Neodev will sound in.

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    Picked up a couple of Sandisk 64GB Ultra Plus' today, worked like a charm. Ran through about 10 games and none of the redbook audio issues I had before.

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    I am using the same Sandisk Ultra Plus cards for my SSDS3.





    Currently Best Buy has the 128GB one on sale for $49.99
    https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sandisk...?skuId=4471009

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